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JBi Try a Knox j The Acknowledged Leader The New Spring Styles | Are Here ♦ Agcnti tor * I rourth \ knox hats I | H||L.rlM »3 and Main J 3 Special for Week from, and In | eluding Feb. 20 to 25 J THIS WEEK ONLY ♦ 32c 1 .* %\ ' < per lb., for fresh roasted Costa Rica Coffee. : 32e • per lb. foi- special blend Mocha and Java Coffee. • 37c • per lb for our best Mocha and Java Coffee. • All of our Coffees are fresh from the roaster and we guarantee « satisfaction. * for a 16-oz. can of Diamond W. Baking Powder. j } ; t l§o ♦ for an 8-oz. can of Diamond W. Baking Powder. ♦ per lb. for any grade of 50-cent Tea in the house. I j|1.50 * each for a five-gailon Delphos Oil Can. the best family oil can on the ♦ market. Will wear a life time. No time lost, no soiled hands. Ask ♦ us to show you its merits. * Goods delivered to any part of the city. Give us a call. j The Standard Grocery * E. W. McGlaughlin, Prop. 218 West Main St. Don't Overlook It A Shoe Sale m Friday and Saturday Kjr The New Spring Lines are in. marked, and on the shelves. All are UP-TO-DATE, STYLISH, DEPENDABLE SHOES; made in sizes to lit every member of the family, and every pair guaranteed, whether you pay full price or whether you buy them under the market, as you can do at present. Here is just a hint of the bargains we have prepared to start the Reason going: *Wk~ All $1.00 Shoes Jjs .75 A t>» l T All $1.25 Shoes '.95 O l&iiatgrSi& . AU Shoes 1.25 R} 1.40 V Sp. AH 1.65 All $2.50 Shoes 1.05 E AU * 3 - 00 Shoes 2.45 V All $3.50 Shoes 2.90 AM $4.00 Shoes 3.35 All $5.00 Shoes 3.95 All LADIES' WAVERLY RUBBERS; first quality, Hook stock, high ribbed back, rolled sole; regularly sold at 65c per pair; some ask 75c; for this sale, per pair 50*^ REMEMBER THE DATES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 and 25 See the Big Main Street Window Motter-Wheeler Co. 103-5-7-9 Main Street - 6 and 5 South Third BAD 6ANG RECEIVED AT PEN ELEVEN PRISONERS FROM KING COUNTY BROUGHT BY SHERIFF SMITH. Perry Church, Leader of Jail Break at Seattle, Is Among the Bunch. » Ten prisoners from King county, in charge of Sheriff Lue Smith and seven guards, were received at the peniten tiary this afternoon.' Included in the gang were Perry Church, George Con way and Charles Shannon the men who made a desperate attempt to break jail at Seattle Tuesday night. Only for a prisoner, friendly to the sheriff, tipping off the plot the men would have succeeded in escaping. Young Church was the leader of the gang. Although only 18 years of age Church is a hardened criminal and has given the Sound officers much trouble the past two years. He was convicted of highway robbery, assaulting his vic tim with a sandbag, afterward coolly going though his pockets. The man assaulted is now confined in a Seattle hospital badly injured and insane from a blow on the head. After being convicted and sentenced to three years Judge Tallman of Seat tle Church his freedom on his promise of good behavior, but the prosecuting attorney nettled at the court's action, had the young man im mediately rearrested. The prisoners received from King county and their terms follow: Charles Shannon, burglary, 3 years; Charles Anderson, burglary, 3 years; William Hamilton, burglary, 3 years; John Mc- Cann, burglary, 2 years; Rich Kunisch, robbery, 5 yearsi George Conway, rob bery, 5 years; Perry Church, robbery, 3 years; Ed Goodrich, manslaughter, 10 years; Joe Mitchell, grand larceny, 1 year; J. S. England, forgery, 1 year; William Franklin was received from Pierce county this morning to serve four years for burglary. GOLD IN MILTON ROCK. Miniature Eldorado Unearthed Under Rock Crusher. PENDLETON, Feb. 24. —Professor W. S. Mayberry of Milton was in the city last evening for a few hours. He left on the west bound train last night for Anteiope, in Wasco county, to take charge of the school at that place. The principal of the Antelope school resigned recently and Mr. Mayberry was chosen to fill the vacancy. . While here last night Mr. Mayberry exhibited a small vial of gold dust taken from the vicinity of Milton. Milton is supplying the rock for ma cadamizing the road between that place and Walla Waila, about 500 car loads being necessary, of which 150 carloads have already been taken. The other day an employe of the rock crusher, after the day's work was over, gathered up a bucketful of the fine dust from the crusher and took it home with him and with the aid if quicksilver extracted about $12 worth of gold dust from te bucketful. There have never been any evidences of the precious metal around Milton, and the gold secured was probably the wash from the mountains retained by the dirt that clung to the rock being used in the macadamizing work. Guarded From Cupid by Law. MAHANOY CITY. Pa.. Feb. 24.— With a view to keeping school teachers from marrying, a bill has been pre pared by the publ'c school superine tendent of Pennsylvan'a for admission to the legislature. It empowers the state superintendent of public instruc tion to annul any teacher's state certi ficate should she resign during the school term without a satisfactory ex cuse. Marriage is not considered a sufficient cause for resignation. State Superintendent Schaeffer and boards of education throughout the state have indorsed the measure and will urge its enactment as a means to bar Cupid from the schoolroom. We have moved into our new build ing, 29 Palouse street, and are better piepared than ever to do all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Frrnace work Loehr & Flanders, the Tim ers. Do not miss the illustrated lecture on Yellowstone Park at Presbyterian Church Friday evening, February 24. Admittance—Adults, 35c; students. 25c; children, 15c. » McLean's illustrated lecture on Yel lowstone Park at the Presbyterian Church Friday night will be fine. Seventy-five magnificent views. If you want Lumber be sure and see the Kent Lumber Co. Pianos for rent. Judge Taylor, No. 9 N.'Sixth Street. HILLMAN GETS POSITION IS REWARDED FOR HIS POLITI CAL WORK IN WALLA WALLA COUNTY. Made One of the Turnkeys at Prison —He Expects Promotion to the ■ Stewardship. After waiting several weeks for a berth at the state penitentiary J. C. Hiliman was yesterday put to work at the prison by Warden Kees. At pres ent Mr. Hiliman is holding down one of the turnkey jobs. It is claimed that this position is only temporary and that when he has had an opportunity of learning the ropes he will be pro moted to the stewardship. This is the place that he has been seeking and for which he was indorsed by the Walla Walla county central committee. It is also stated on good authority that Hiliman is tfle choice of B. D. Crocker for the stewardship and that as soon as the matter can be arranged he will be given the job. The position Is now being held by J. P. McAndrews, who would be willing to remain. It was planned that Hiliman was to take the job soon after Warden Kees took charge of the prison, but as there was so many applicants for places at the penitentiary, those who have control of the patronage at the institution gave orders that no more changes were to be made at that time. The friends of McAndrews are work, ing to keep him in the place and will put up a hard fight before they will give up the contest. The B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist church will give a heart social at the church, corner Rose and Colville streets this evening. A program has been prepared and refreshments will be served. Juvenile Asylum Burns. NEW YORK, Feb. 24.—The New York juvenile asylum on 176 th Street, with 1200 inmates, took fire today and is now burning. It is believed all the inmates escaped. The children followed the fire drill perfectly. All escaped without injury. The fire was extinguished without much loss. /^M\CLOTHES I IS I It y s dressing-tfp time again, and these I ijj li arc the days when a man most enjoys t|fflJ|| /7 the fr est ness of Spring Clothes. Fash fp^ Ml ionc * emanc * sman y cnan 8 cs f° rtne Vsll IU .^P^lpSßrlWß^' // Season. We've a fine showing of the NEW STYLES IN SUITS AND TOP COATS Each garment is a model of good taste and skillful tailoring. Every stitch and every detail shows the touch of a master hand. We are ever on the watch for a new kink or a new style, and, somehow, the man who wears our kind of clothes has a feeling of satisfaction in his appearance. He is confident that he is well and correctly dressed. No one finds fault with our prices, and, while you can pay more money to the tailor, he can't p* you better clothes. Spring Hats and Haberdashery, of course. I We are always as ready to show as to sell. THE WHITE HOUSE R. E. GUICHARD Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers \ IT NOW LIES WITH SALEM WAL'.A WALLA MAY YET SECURE GOOD DATES FOR RACE MEET AND FAIR. Soon as Senator Van De Vanter Is Able to Be Out Matters Will Be Taken Up. "I expect the matter of dates for Walla Walla's race meet and fair to be settled within a few days," said Secretary Caswell of the Waila Walla County Fair association this morning. "Whether Walla Walla is accorded earlier dates than were given us at the Portland meeting now depends on Salem. The Salem association is con sidering the advisability of holding a race meet this summer. If it is de cided to abandon the meet Walla Walla will secure much better dates. "I am in receipt of a letter from W. D. Wisdom of the Portland Rural Spirit," said Mr. Caswell, "who states that Salem is considering the advisa bility of holding a meet on the dates they claim. He is very anxious that Salem hold a meet as it will insure plenty of horses on the circuit but at the same time he is solicitous that Walla Walla be given a fair deal in the matter. If Salem drops out dates for the entire circuit will probably be rearranged. Seattle would probably take Salem's date which would set the meetings up a week. Senator Van De Vanter is seriously ill at present and until he is able to attend to business the matter will be laid over." Thieves Steal House and Family. BONESTEEL,, S. D.. Feb. 24.—As one result of the claim jumping and general lawlessness that have pre vailed among settlers on the Rosebud Indian agency lands, recently thrown open to settlement, a house was picked up, put on a bobsled, and hauled sev eral miles across the prairie last night, while its owner. Hans Olson, and his family, were asleep in the structure. The house movers intended to ap propriate the building to their own use. They thought it was unoccupied, but when they opened the door they found Oleson and his family at home. 1905 FOOTWEAR From Best Manufacturers New Spring Styles Will Be Here Within a Few Dayi WAIT! N. SCIL I Harness I : Tiderington j \ Harness! +-•♦•♦•,♦.«•« The Very Best j Optical Service j If your Eyeglasses or Spec- j tacles come from us you can ♦ rely upon ;t that they are cor- J rect in every particular. * Ludwigs 1 & Hunziker j Jewelers and Opticians ! After getting the other fellow prices call on the Paul House Furnish ing Company for prices on second hand goods.